Lent we travel through the stories of Jesus and along the way reflect on
specific spiritual questions. This week our Lenten journey focuses on
atonement. Atonement speaks to the reconciliation of God and humankind,
especially as accomplished through the life, suffering, and death of Christ.
Daily devotions offer the chance to slow down, take time out (if even for just
a few moments), and center yourself in who you are and where you are in your
Holy Week officially starts with Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, April 9th. SaveSaveSaveSave
Then we come together on Maundy Thursday, April 13th, to share in the Last Supper with communion. This will be a Tenebrae service, which involves lighting candles then gradually extinguishing them until we leave into the darkness of Good Friday.
We finish the week announcing the joyful news that "Christ is Risen!" at both a sunrise service April 16th at Lake Park at 7 a.m. and our regular worship service here at Plymouth, at 9:30. Save